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Anesthesiology is a medical specialty that focuses on the administration of anesthesia, the management of pain, and the care of patients before, during, and after surgery or other medical procedures. Anesthesiology is a critical component of modern medicine, making surgery and many medical procedures possible while minimizing pain and discomfort for patients. Anesthesiologists in our hospital are highly trained professionals and play a critical role in ensuring patient comfort, safety, and well-being during medical & surgical interventions.

Types of Anesthesia:

Anesthesiologists are responsible for administering different types of anesthesia, depending on the procedure and the patient’s medical condition:

General Anesthesia: This induces a state of unconsciousness, rendering the patient completely unaware and pain-free during surgery. It often involves the use of intravenous drugs and inhaled gases.

Regional Anesthesia: This numbs a specific area of the body, typically a limb or a section of the body, without causing unconsciousness. Examples include epidural and spinal anesthesia.

Local Anesthesia: Anesthesiologists may also administer local anesthesia, which numbs a small, specific area, often for minor surgical procedures.

Here are key aspects of our Anesthesiology Department:

Preoperative Assessment: To determine the most suitable anesthesia plan and to effectively manage any potential risks or complications, our anesthesiologists assess the patient’s medical history, overall health, and any pre-existing conditions before any procedure or surgery.

Intraoperative Care: Anesthesiologists closely monitor vital signs, including heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen levels, and body temperature during surgery or medical procedures and adjusting the anesthesia as needed to ensure the patient’s comfort and safety.

Pain Management: Anesthesiologists provide pain relief before, during, and after surgery using various techniques, such as local anesthetics, nerve blocks, and epidurals.

Emergency Care: Anesthesiologists are trained to respond rapidly to emergencies that may occur during surgery, such as allergic reactions, airway obstructions, or cardiac arrest which is vital for patient safety.

Postoperative Care: Anesthesiologists continue to monitor and manage patients in the immediate postoperative period, ensuring a smooth transition from the operating room to the recovery area.

Critical Care: Our anesthesiologists are specialists in critical care medicine and working in intensive care units (ICUs) to manage critically ill patients, often with complex medical conditions and life-supporting devices.

Multidisciplinary Collaboration: Anesthesiologists work closely with surgeons, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to coordinate patient care. They are an integral part of the surgical team, ensuring that surgeries and procedures are carried out safely and efficiently.